You may have been hearing us harping on this thing called the Stone and Key Cellars Quater Barrel Club. So what is it exactly? In a nutshell, the club allows you to participate in as much or as little of the wine making process as you would like. From the crush, to the press, transferring, barrel aging and tasting, and filtering and bottling. And instead of committing to an entire barrel of the same variety, your entree into the club gets you six cases of six different premium wines made from grapes sourced from the Washington State AVA’s.
But we know a fun event is worth more than a thousand words. So on Saturday November 8th at 3pm we’ll throw open the winery doors for a shin-dig showcasing what the club is all about. We’ll be pressing the Merlot and Syrah grapes out of their rocking fermentation, and showing everyone the ins and outs of what the process is all about.
For more information on the Quater Barrel Club, including details of the varieties of wine and pricing, see the Stone and Key Cellars website.
Can’t make it on Saturday at 3pm? The winery (and bouncey house) will be open all weekend for tasting and jumping (as long as they’re done seperately). More information can be found here.